Liverpool transfer news: Luis Suarez would cost Real Madrid €90-100m

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Check out all the latest Liverpool transfer news and gossip from today.

Luis Suarez would cost Real Madrid president Florentino Perez a small fortune - with Liverpool set to demand upwards of €90 million for the Uruguayan striker. (Marca)

Fabio Borini still has a future at Anfield despite the arrival of Rickie Lambert, according to the Liverpool striker's agent. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool's move for Sevilla left-back Alberto Moreno could be hijacked by Tottenham who plan to offer £14 million and Roberto Soldado on loan to sweeten the deal. (Daily Mail)

Long-term Liverpool target Seydou Keita has decided to turn his back on Valencia - and he could now end up at Anfield. (talkSPORT)

Brendan Rodgers will move on to other transfer targets if Liverpool cannot conclude a £25 million deal for Southampton captain Adam Lallana soon. (ESPN)

Liverpool will have to pay at least £20 million if they want to sign Barcelona winger Alexis Sanchez this summer. (Daily Star)

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